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Help raise awareness about newcomer services

Settling in a new country can be challenging for many immigrants. While Canada funds a variety of settlement services to help with this transition, it can be challenging to reach newcomers.

We have collected communications products and resources into a toolkit. This will help you spread the word about the services available for all newcomers across Canada, outside of Quebec.

To make sure these resources reach the community, we need your help. Spread the word by

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In this toolkit, you will find

Have questions or need help? Email us, and we will help you.

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All materials are available in both English and French. We invite you to publish and distribute all materials in both official languages.

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For Mary in London, newcomer services helped her children adjust to their new lives in Canada. Learn more about the newcomer services available to help you and your family: Canada.ca/newcomer-services

Need help finding a job? Newcomer services can help. Find out how.

Newcomer services gave Shivani in Halifax the tools she needed to launch her business and succeed. Friendly and experienced professionals are here to help you settle in your community. Get started: Canada.ca/newcomer-services

Need to learn English or French? Newcomer services can help. Find out how.

Newcomer services can help you improve your French and English language skills. For Igor in Vancouver, it also helped him feel more at home in Canada. Find newcomer services in the official language of your choice: Canada.ca/newcomer-services

Newcomer services can help make Canada your home. Find out how.

Did you know newcomer services can help you and your family adjust to your life in [City/community here]?  Learn more about the options available to you: Canada.ca/newcomer-services

Newcomer services can help make Canada your home. Find out how.

If you’re a newcomer, there are services available to help you and your family. Friendly and experienced professionals can help you look for a job, improve your English or French, or find services for women, youth, seniors and the LGBTQ2+ community. Learn more about services available: Canada.ca/newcomer-services

Newcomer services can help make Canada your home. Find out how.

Email message templates

Subject: Settling in to your new life in Canada?

Email Body:

Did you know that many newcomers are not aware of the free services that are offered? Our friendly and experienced settlement professionals can help you and your family feel at home in Canada much faster. Spread the word!

You can get help with

  • finding work
  • finding a mentoring opportunity
  • learning English or French

Visit Canada.ca/newcomer-services to learn more about service providers.

Newcomer services can help.

Subject: Get free help finding a job in Canada

Email body:

Recently arrived in Canada and looking for employment? Newcomer services can help. Free job support services are available to help you feel at home in Canada more quickly. Friendly and experienced settlement professionals can help

  • connect you with employers
  • get your credentials or qualifications assessed
  • improve your language skills
  • find you a mentoring opportunity

Visit Canada.ca/newcomer-services to learn more about these and other services.

Subject: Still adjusting to life in Canada?

Email Body:

Newcomer services can help. Want to learn more about your community? Daily life in Canada? How to get around? Free information and orientation sessions can help you and your family integrate in Canada.

Visit Canada.ca/newcomer-services to learn more about these and other services.

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Newcomer services can help you.

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